Study shows coffee drinkers may boost longevity 

The results of a new decade-long study suggest that drinking coffee could lead to a longer life expectancy. The research, published on 2 July in the JAMA Internal Medicine journal, suggests that moderate amounts of coffee a day can improve longevity. Researchers studied a cohort of half a million British adults over a decade: 498,134 women and men aged between 38 to 73 who voluntarily registered with the UK Biobank genetics database. 
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